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Liverpool: Mohamed Salah wanted by PSG

Liverpool: Mohamed Salah wanted by PSG - Liverpool News

Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain ahead of a potential summer move, according to a recent transfer report.

The Lowdown: Salah having a tough season

The Egyptian has been one of the Reds’ greatest players of the Premier League era, scoring 175 goals in 289 appearances in total for the club, but this season has been a struggle for him.

While he has still bagged a total of 19 goals in all competitions, his performances have often lacked a spark, and he is part of an out-of-sorts Liverpool team, while his last eight top-flight matches have yielded just one goal.

The 30-year-old only signed a new long-term deal at Anfield last summer, keeping him there until 2025, but there is a possibility that he could depart Merseyside before then.

The Latest: PSG eyeing move for Salah

According to Football Insider, PSG are interested in a move for Salah this summer as they look to bring in a new attacking superstar.

It is claimed that there are doubts over the future of world-renowned trio Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, and the Liverpool icon is seen as a potential option to bring in at the Parc des Princes.

Earlier this month, Football Insider claimed that FSG could be willing to cash in on Salah, who could reap a vast transfer fee for the Merseyside club, and discussions have taken place internally over a potential big-name sale at Anfield.

The Verdict: Would be a huge loss to Liverpool

While Salah’s performances this season have not been at the level that we have seen before, he remains absolutely priceless for Liverpool, with his goal tally in 2022/23 still quite impressive.

At 30, some may argue that his very best days are behind him, but he is a physical machine and there is no reason why he can’t play at the top level well into his 30s, having previously been described as ‘world class‘ by Jurgen Klopp.

The £350,000-a-week earner is someone around whom the manager needs to keep building his attack at Liverpool, and losing their top scorer this summer would be a massive blow for the Reds.

The team’s struggles have perhaps been a contributor to his own dip in form, and there is no reason why he couldn’t return to his elite standards further down the line at Anfield.

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